A top Memphis lawyer convinces his estranged daughter to come work with him and help tackle controversial cases other firms won't take on.
Bluff City Law
September 23 at 10pm
THE FINAL WORD: Audiences love Jimmy Smitts and the show will have the cushion of "The Voice" as a lead-in, but that doesn't always guarantee a hit. The show's biggest question mark if if it can set itself apart from other similar law-shows and convince audiences to check it out over proven hits "The Good Doctor" and "Bull."
After a Princeton music professor unexpectedly stumbles into choir practice at a small-town church he reluctantly agrees to stay and help a group of singers who are out of tune in more ways than one.
September 26 at 8:30pm
THE FINAL WORD: One way to think about this show is what would happen if "Pitch Perfect" meets "Doc Hollywood." With the ever-talented Whitford in the lead it should resonate with audiences and should fit nicely into NBC's Thursday night block.
A disgraced councilman agrees to tutor a group of immigrants looking to learn about living in the country and pursing the American Dream.
September 26 at 9:30pm
Joel Kim Booster
THE FINAL WORD: Kal Penn seems like a great choice for the lead role but the concept doesn't seem like it may be for everyone.